Reuven Rivlin, Israel’s front-runner in this week’s presidential election, has signaled recently that should he be elected, his goal will be to embrace non-Orthodox Jewish communities.
Almost one in two Jewish Israelis believe their country could withstand a substantial decrease in U.S. support. What’s behind these surprising numbers?9
Every World Cup the same question emerges: Why isn’t Israel playing? The answer, argue Adi Gold and Yoav Sivan, has as more to do with Israeli culture than anything else.11
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